They serve the usual food menu of Japanese restaurants: soba, udon, tempura, tonkatsu, maki, kani salad, miso soups and the likes.
I decided to try their Katsu Bento, pork katsudon served with rice, miso soupmacaroni salad, strips of cabbage in japanese mayo, and slices of orange. The price of the meal is very affordable at Php 108 only. When the food arrived, the more did I appreciate the price because there are loads of food on my table, more than what I expected for the price I paid.
The miso soup on the other hand was a bit over "tasty". Perhaps the loads of onion rings contributed to the taste (I haven't had any miso soup with this much onions.). I did appreciate the slices of oranges on the side --- something new to my previous bento experiences from other Japanese restaurants.
Looking at the restaurant vicinity. I find the place a bit gloomy. Perhaps because of the motif combination: blue, black, and gray. With the poor lighting, it adds more to the gloominess.
Overall, it was an okay experience. It is a very affordable Japanese food.
Recommended Dish(es): pork katsudon
Spending per head: Approximately ₱130(Lunch)
Keep it up!